(Re-printed and updated from a post by Steve Bradt originally published 5/3/13) If you have ever been laid off from a job, either on a temporary basis or permanently, you know the gut-wrenching fear of suddenly being without a job and without income. What will you do about house payments, truck payments, groceries, school expenses … Continue reading Can I Still Get Work Comp Benefits after a Layoff?
Retraining in a Minnesota Workers’ Compensation Case
Among the many benefits available to an injured worker in Minnesota, retraining can be one of the most beneficial and life-changing. If you have been injured and live in northern Minnesota, you may quickly find that your employment options are extremely limited after you recover from your injury. This may be especially true if you … Continue reading Retraining in a Minnesota Workers’ Compensation Case
What Exactly is a “Free Consultation” in a Minnesota Work Comp Claim?
Okay, maybe this seems like a really silly question. However, if you are considering calling a lawyer about a workers’ compensation matter, you probably want to make sure that you are not going to receive a bill, at any time, for anything. Free should mean free, right? I can’t speak for any other law firm, … Continue reading What Exactly is a “Free Consultation” in a Minnesota Work Comp Claim?
Hiring a Local, Northern Minnesota Lawyer for Your Workers’ Compensation Claim
It seems that everywhere you look these days, whether in the Yellow Pages, on the television and especially, the Internet, you will find advertisements for Twin Cities law firms seeking clients way up here in northern Minnesota. Let me begin by saying that the point of this post is not to attack or criticize Twin … Continue reading Hiring a Local, Northern Minnesota Lawyer for Your Workers’ Compensation Claim